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ZEITGUISED.

In Advertising, Art, Contemporary, film, graphic design on 23/11/2016 at 4:38

Zeitguised, the spirit of the time…

ONUR SENTURK.

In 3d, Advertising, Art Direction, Directors, Studio, video on 27/01/2014 at 1:01

Onur SenturK, motion designer & director

ALEX MCLEOD

In 3d, Art on 24/04/2013 at 9:05

Alex McLeod lives and works in Toronto, Canada, where he constructs hyperrealistic 3D environments filled with crystalline mountains, fiery lakes and rotund clouds, all rendered in a sickly sweet and gooey candy-colored palette. This past year he has exhibited in New York, Philadelphia, San Jose, Denver, Sao Paulo, Barcelona, Toronto and Sweden. Yummy!

NOUIO

In Fashion on 27/03/2013 at 7:01

Tri Nouio is an upcoming fashion designer based in Taipei, Taiwan. He studied at the Shih Chien University and graduated only last year but has already launched his own collection called ‘Noumenon’ where he combines art, technology and 3D imagery into dazzling garments. If you ask Nouio himself he believes that an image is easier to convey than a message and therefore uses 3D technology to develop motifs influenced by nature. By combining the familiarity of nature with new technology he wants to convey an ironic statement that modern technology cannot protect nature. Worn with 3D glasses, it is intended to be a distraction from the human form. Yummy!

CHEN MAN

In 3d, Photography on 22/01/2013 at 7:38

Chen man is not a man as the name might suggest, but a young woman from Beijing who has become one of the most well-known fashion photographers in China and a regular contributor to the Chinese publications in Vogue, Elle, Bazaar, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, and Esquire. Her work is a combination of her skill with a camera, and her technical wizardry with a computer. She does all of her post-production image work herself, from retouching with Photoshop, to 3-D rendering with 3-D max. Impressive!

DAVID COOLEY

In 3d, Art on 13/03/2012 at 9:09

David Cooley is a native Californian and self-taught artist. He creates stunning mixed media paintings using acrylic, pen, spray paint, resin and fabric. He’s inspired by textiles and patterns and his work often uses fabric for the background of the piece, which he often sources from the internet and various other obscure sources where one can find fabric featuring dinosaurs, kittens, martini umbrellas, and things of a similarly peculiar nature. What makes Cooley’s art stand out, literally, is his way of using acrylic paint to create three dimensional diamond-shaped spikes that protrude from the surface of the work creating a startling visual effect upon first viewing. We love it!

HAROSHI

In Art on 09/02/2012 at 8:05

Japanese artist Haroshi began skating in his early teens, and is still a passionate skater at present. Since he never liked throwing away his old crashed skateboards he decided to do something with them instead and this is the result. Amazing wooden art entirely made from old recycled skateboards. To Haroshi, his three-dimensional pieces are equal to his beloved skateboards, and that means they are his life itself. They serve as his communication tool with both himself, and the outside world. Pure dedication, that is!

HELMO

In 3d, Digital Design on 18/11/2011 at 6:59

French Thomas Couderc and Clément Vauchez, better known as Helmo, are the masterbrains behind this stunning series called Bêtes de Mode. They have used an anaglyph 3D technique where images of animals in red are merged with images of beautiful people in blue and the result is a stereoscopic effect which makes you crave a pair of 3D glasses.

NEW INTERVIEWS ADDED

In hidden people™ on 17/02/2011 at 23:26

NASTPLAS

In 3d, Concept Art, Digital Design on 17/02/2011 at 6:01

Nastplas & DrFranken Showcase

YUMYUM

In Character Design, Design, graphic design, Toys on 24/09/2010 at 17:03

The talented guys from London calledYumYum have done it again. Don’t miss out on their designed toys!

JEFF NISHINAKA.

In 3d, Art, Concept Art, Design, Web on 20/07/2010 at 16:06

The stunning elegance of Jeff Nishinaka’s paper art calls for a new definition of paper.